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What’s the difference between Utah and Texas?

What’s the difference between Utah and Texas?
My brother is doing a state report on Utah. I live in Utah and he lives in Texas so I agreed to help. I’ve got the basic stuff like the state bird, history, local restaurants and stuff. But I’d like to really give his class examples of the differences in Utah that they don’t have in Texas.
I already have fry sauce, the school system, different restaurants and stuff, and professional sports items. Any other ideas?

Answer: polygamy????

South Salt Lake police are looking for the men in this video in connection with the theft of a one-of-a-kind Utah Jazz jersey that was stolen from the Les Olson Co. Read The Salt Lake Tribune’s story at tinyurl.com
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  1. Joseph, II
    January 28, 2011 at 11:27 am

    That’s Easy! The Girls are Bigger in Texas (Isn’t Everything?!), and Prettier in Utah (and You prove my point!). 🙂

  2. fatgoose19726
    January 28, 2011 at 11:43 am

    the histories of the states are radically different
    utah started out as a mormon colony and texas started as an independent nation that fought a war with mexico to gain their freedom
    utah was invaded by US army troops to shut down the mormon influence in the territory

  3. Brian K
    January 28, 2011 at 11:53 am

    Texas traffic lights are horizontal while they are vertical in Utah. Texans make wider turns while driving and they don’t creep out into the intersection for left turns as much as Utahans. Texans say “y’all” and “fixin’ to” and “dadgum” while Utahans say “brotheren” and “oh my gosh”. Texas has a church on every corner but they’re all different churches, Utah has two churches on every corner and they’re all the same church. Texans say “mam” and “sir” more. Texas is humid in the east and dry in the west, Utah is all dry.

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